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The power in ‘each one, teach one’

For some reason I still couldn’t tie my shoes in second grade. As smart as I was, shoelaces confounded me. Now, not having kids I’m not actually sure the age when kids learn to tie their shoes but since my friend and classmate Luis was the one who finally taught me, I’m guessing it was… Continue reading The power in ‘each one, teach one’

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“Binders full of women” reviews on Amazon!

Romney's "Binders full of women" comment hit the internet within minutes with memes, a Facebook page, a Tumblr, and even Amazon reviews(?)!     Yup, even Amazon reviews. Click here to read more.

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Pinterest Addiction: Self-discovery and the act of pinning

I've been using Pinterest for a few weeks now and will readily admit that I'm a bit addicted. It's sort of become my zen moment. It's a nice break in the middle of a work day (and night) full of conference calls, multiplying emails, research, proposal writing, etc, etc.. But today, as I was pinning… Continue reading Pinterest Addiction: Self-discovery and the act of pinning